Archbishop A. Livingston Foxworth is Senior Pastor of Grace Church of All Nations located in Boston, Massachusetts. Grace Church is a multicultural Pentecostal Church whose vision is to reach out to all people regardless of race ethnicity or culture. Archbishop Foxworth believes that God is calling His church to a higher level in purpose found in Isaiah 2:2, where is says:
‘In the last days the mountain of the LORD’s temple will be established as chief among the mountains; it will be raised above the hills, and all nations will stream to it’ NIV
Archbishop Foxworth believes that this is a prophecy for the church that will bring true unity to the ‘BODY OF CHRIST’. Thus he has embarked on a campaign to bring this principle to pass in his ministry. Over fifty percent of his congregation is from Africa, the Caribbean, Central/South America Asia and Europe. The diversity of cultures and languages the services and programs are tailored to address the challenges in bringing so great a congregation of believers together.
Archbishop Foxworth is married to Karen L. Foxworth and he is the father of six children Elizabeth, Kevin, Anthony, Ricky, Brandice and Jeremy, and the grandfather of six children.
He received his Biblical and Pastoral training through Moody Bible Institute, and has been pasturing Grace Church of All Nations for 35 years. He was consecrated to the Bishopric at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Paul in Boston, Massachusetts in May, 2007.
Currently, Archbishop Foxworth serves a congregation of over twelve hundred members and is training pastors within the Pentecostal Episcopal Church (PEC) reformation to establish multicultural congregations throughout the United States and internationally. He is also working with uni-cultural ministries ie: Haitian, African and Latino to establish a Multicultural Christian Fellowship. This vision is in its infancy, pastor stands on the Word of God and believes that ALL things are possible and ‘we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength.’